Pulse Turns 35
Krysta Anderson, Gleaner Writer
Pulse, one of the pioneers in the wonderful world of fashion, turned 35 recently and celebrated their anniversary in fine style at Villa Ronai last Sunday night.
A-listers and well-wishers came out in trending numbers and lived up the moment like superstars. A meet-and-greet coupled with a mingling frenzy ensued among strangers and friends, as they grew familiar with the wide range of exotic drink selections available at the open bar. As a balancing act, delectable hors d'oeuvres floated around the exclusively packed room for all to savour.
A few local and international celebrities were also spotted showing their support to such a noteworthy occasion.
The man of the hour, Kingsley Cooper, made
his formalities short and sweet, thanking all for coming out to
celebrate with Pulse, inviting them to party the night
From then on, it was smooth sailing as DJ Sanjay
transitioned effortlessly through musical genres of rock steady, soca,
electronic dance music, reggae, and dancehall. As the night progressed,
many took the opportunity to imbibe a few of their mixed faves. In no
time, they were seen heating things up on their very own dance floor.
This night was truly one to remember. Cheers to the big 35,
by Brian McCalla